At Glendalough by Richard Lehan

The arc of time streams through this valley; its breadth and porous boundary between past, present, and future enveloped us in a humbling temporal awareness.

From I to We by Ray Temmerman

The Mass is not a celebration of a group of individuals praying in one place. Rather, it is a thanksgiving celebration of one family, one body, united in faith.

Looking for Miss Annie Vickers
by Nicole d’Entremont

"But nothing stopped the singing. It swelled, a great wave, higher and higher; then fell, drenching us in sound and jubilation." Remembering the march from Selma to Montgomery.

New group focused on “supporting the embrace of synodality” in US church

The Pentecost Vigil Project is "a one-stop-shop for American Catholic individuals and organizations to ponder, prepare and practice synodality."

The Church Will Always Have My Heart,
But It Can No Longer Have My Money
by Colleen Shaddox

The Catholic Church, not the mystical body of Christ but the institution, has failed to make a good confession about child sexual abuse.

In the Apostolic Tradition by Gene Ciarlo

Christians may be relatively few in number once again, and once again they will have to grow from new seeds planted in rich soil.

“The Hallowing of the Real”: Small Christian Communities and the Universal Priesthood

Small Christian communities are places to practice living eucharistically.

Reflections on American Catholic History: Part II—Religious Pluralism
by David J. O’Brien

The second in a three-part series tracing the development of the church from Vatican II through the present.